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Dec 7, 2012 10:00pm PST
again. >>> tim ferriss. you're a passionate cook. you're fabulous at well, putting olive oil in the freezer and microwaving plastic. what the heck, why should we be listening to you? >> that's a great question. that's the question that a lot of people ask. the book is about accelerateed learning. my readers have been asking me for a book like the "4-power mind" instead of the "the 4-hour body." i was looking at how to bring the techniques and then show the skill let that conquered me before. the one that i quit so many times because it was inconvenient complicated whatever. it all feeds off the five senses. the kitchen is a perfect way for training of all sorts of other things. it's pretty cool. >> gavin: so legitimately like most of us for me, a guy with eight restaurant, and i don't know anything about cooking that's why i have a restaurant. you weren't joking. >> i knew nothing. >> gavin: you've written--what did you do you've done what you did what you've done in the last few books. you met with all the experts not just in the field of cooking but across the board to sort of com
Dec 14, 2012 10:00pm PST
before hurricane sandy came along i wanted to take a closer look at climate change so we can better understand how to protect ourselves from the consequences of global warning. if you're not convinced--if you're not convinced, you will be, i hope, after watching this show. my first guest is scholar richard muller. he joins us to tell us once and for all what exactly made him change his mind. and then bill mckibben. the day after the election bill hit the road with the "dodo the math tour. and finally filmmaker ken burns he's back on the show with his perspective on that other manmade disaster, the 1930s dust bowl. but first up richard muller joined by his daughter elizabeth. together they founded best, the berkeley earth surface. they have shocking facts about the impact global warming is, and how we can mitigate the carbon output of other countries most notably china. it's great to have you on the show. you made the case, but at the end of the day the real challenge is staring us right in the face, china india and the developing nations. unless we dramatically encourage a shift in
Dec 1, 2012 2:00am PST
improving the way we live our lives. carl bass is at the epicenter of new ideas. you'll hear how we can replicate anything on his 3-d pinters. and chris anderson was so enamored with this technologies that he just resigned his journalist job to become ceo of the 3-d robotics. we'll have his take later on in the show. then we'll take a look at what is happening in not talking about black friday or cyber monday. the founder of has a new way to attract shoppers online. and finally if you need to leave your desk and go somewhere there is an app for that.% slick car service for everyone and here to tell us how it works. but first we start with auto desk ceo carl bass. welcome on the show. >> thank you. >> this is one of the ubiquitous companies in this country that people know little about. >> we make software for design and engineering foreentertainment. so our software is used to design cars, design medical products design most of the buildings in the built infrastructure, and probably least well-known is that our software is used movies and games. >> when you talk about movies,
Dec 21, 2012 10:00pm PST
was at product that he needed but it's a product that everybody else needed. maybe that's something that we've seen happen. the other aspect that has changed under tim's guidance is this year there was a shakeup in the design department in apple. you'll see more design. you know how your ipod cast looks like an old radio. when they copy things from the real world and put it in here. there are people at apple that don't like that, and steve jobs did. when you see a pool table and it's really ugly, i think next year you'll see a lot more edgy design that we haven't seen from apple in quite some time. >> gavin: what will we expect from the future-- >> future? >> gavin: what do you expect later this year as it relates to what you have been advocating, and that's these wallets virtual wallets. you believe that the end of the world of wallets. you would short companies-- >> i would short companies. i feel sorry for those wallet companies. a couple of weeks ago i almost--for the first time in many years my wallet fell out of my back pocket. i saw it when i stood up. whoa, i would have lost
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